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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 14 October 1871

§mfa% £\i\tt i*wwl TEEMS: DAILY—IW per year; six months, ts; three insole*, *1.60; 1 month, 6(1 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—«2.ftO per year; six months, ♦ I 'J.'r: thri'o months, 76 cents. WEEKLY — ♦!. 6O per year; six months, 75 cents <$wning £t»tc g<uuml AMIXIA. M^^^^^^ I McDowell, a respectable and in :olored man of Amelia county, lominated by tbe Republicans of :y to represent them in the next Delegates. gratified to learn there is no doubt IcDowcll'.s election, and of the ing in him a true and honest rep ?. HOTETOr RT. M. Webber, Esq., independent ie candidate for the Senate, in op o Col. Edmund Pendleton, has in favor of Wm. M. I.acklain Botetourt, who has announced oppositioti lo Pendleton. I.ack tmces himself a "Conservative," we have but little use for all vas an old line Whig, and de be supported, in preference I , who, by his course iti the Scn ;ivcn great dissatisfaction to his l-s. every Republican in the Distric . i_,cklaud Irs support, because being between two evils, th...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 14 October 1871

(£vm\\<\ ftatc gfmmwt \ J ;.'•• "12H JMai- STBKP.r, fiticlraouii, yiaaiaia, ► lllMHi) DAMKI.S. Editor mil ,Vtonn_er. oiie y««ir Meet Three nmttfe* l ,v Six months |S 00j One mouth .'II llssCEl. livt.tit it MOAT A.vu ikii.ay.]^ • me year #2 Ml Three mouths 7". Six months 1 ai | One month li [irlßrKl) KVF.RY WltllXKsnAT.] Onu year t\ ,V 0 | Six month.. 7". CLUB RATES FOK'.SEMI-WEKKLY: One Tear, BUeMcmthe. Three Months. 'ft c0p1ei....»1l 00 ;*.-,,r,it |> 7ft in copies 2a on in on ft nil ■Jli copies 3,' iOO 17 BO 8 78 SO copies... 7ft 00 37 00 .18 7.0 copies of each eililion sent free. SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 14,1*71. j APPOINTMENTS FOB SPIO.VKINO. 1;" ■■-i - Statu E-bcvtiti Chimi in:. j RBPtrBLICAR PAItTY OF YlllitlMA, > Richmond, October ,*ith, 1871. 5 Ho*. CHARLES 11. POItTKU, author of the Homesteail Provision of the Constitution, wilj address the people on the political issues of the ilay, as follows: Wursaw, Kichmotitl county, SATURDAY, Octo- Ikt 14, at Vi M. Old Court-Hou...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 14 October 1871

tftftttttg g0ttwat The t'bictltf'i Disaster- Princely Donntiollt— The Hestiltof tbe 1t... in Election**—Senator Irf-wln—llaiternl Stuns. Washington, October It, Aside Irom Ihe great calamity at Chi min, nothing haa bm thought or talked of hire daring the put three or four days. All classes of society MM to ho wrought i.|i to the highest pitch of sympathy for the unfortunate people of the Lake City, and nam seem so poof as t.t he arable to con tribute something toward alleviating the want and destitution which this terrible ca lamity has brought upon its people. On Monday and Tuesday it was tnought that 190,000 might he raised in this city for the relief of these sufferers; but, up to last night, |100,000 had been raised, and by Saturday evening the total amount will be swelled to $200,000. Notwithstanding the President lost a line house in Chicago, val ued at some 130,000, and his brother, who was in business there, lost his house and goods, valued at over (30,000, he has con tribut...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 14 October 1871

ilitninfl $onvnal The Chicago khhumiwh, with Unit in ilnitiitnlilr ciK.'frjy which distinguishes the rrafl, txury vestige of tuck' offices was destroyed, h*ve alrady begun busi i.ess (gain. Tin- Keening Journal appeared i,i hull sheet on Monday,and Uio i'osttp ) eared on Tuesday. Joseph Me—Hl, of toe I'ribitnr, though he has' Been the results of n life tiuicofjuimuilistie labor swept away, immediately procured an office on I street, in tlie Wi-.i Diriaion, Wednes day morning issued a well printed half sheet, oonlaming a Rill acoou-t of the greal (QtaHter, two columns of advertisements, ami the following editorial : " CliiHir up. ht the midst of a calamity without parallel in the world's history, looking upon the ashes of thirty year.-.' ac cumulation, the peoplo of this once beauti ful city have resolveil that Chicago shall rise again. With ileath in many Btrange places, with two or three hundred mil of our hard earned property swept away in a few hours, the hearts of our men and wo...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 October 1871

fttritag £tafc journal At Vn. 'il."-, iliiin Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS : DAILY—tn iter year; six months, $fl| three months, ♦1—0; i mouth, M cent*. SEMI-WEEKLY—I3.OO per year; six months, tl i.',; three months, T.*. oent*. WEEKLY—il.so peryear; six month*, 76cent* € wiling £tatc $aurnal at Mount /ion, near Suiithfleld, on Satur day, October 21 st, and those of Nansemond, at Suffolk, on Monday, October 2ltd. Other appointments of Mr. Piatt will bo an nounced as early ns possible. (icntlcincn of the opposite parly aro in vited to discuss political issues with Mr. P., who will arrange for a fair div ision of time. A DIRECT INQUIRY TO WHICH VIE ASK AN ANSWER. The Richmond I'lnquirer it the organ of Demotraey in Virginia, and to it we put these question* direct, and respectfully ask of it a reply without any evasion whatever: I.S THERE NOT IN' THIS CITY SECRET riH.ITtCAI, ORGANIZATIONS OF THS CONSERVATIVE PARTY WHICH EX CLUDES A__ CATHOLICS Ir'HOM MKM BERSHti'? Do not these organizatio...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 October 1871

tamtg ftat* gownal. EItWAHII MM-1,,5. Editor ami Maimser. TERMS: I) A I I. 1 . tuie year |S SC I Tlireo ninntlis.... 1M >t\ months int (Xi I (iiir- niontl OO SEMI-W EEKI.V. [IB3rED BVKRT Tl'KslrAV AMI FKIDIY.]* Hue year t'i M I Three mouths Six montlls 1 SM | One month _ WEEKLY. [iSSrEII KVKHY WKDKEBDAT.] I in* year *1 fKi | Six mouths 7 CLUB RATES FOU>SEMI-WKEKLY: OM r*OT. .Vir tfontkt. Tin;, Months J» copies....*ll DO Z*'' '*1 *-'■'■'■ Tv copies.... -JO un 111 Wl A UU ii copies :s.-. no IJ 80 < "> M capias.... 7. n n to v n SfCSpecimcn iii|.ii'j ol enrli edition sent free MONDAY "EVENING. OCT. Ifi, 187 APPOINTMENTS WW SPEAKIVi. 1;....hs St.itk Em:i i."i-ivb CirMwnn 18, ) flliri-IIM'-A.V I'AIITV OF \ lli'ilMA, Bicbmoid, October Mh, ljW. ) Hon. CHARLES H. PORTER, aulhor ol the Homestead Provision of Ihe Con-iiiulion, wil l tul.lress the ]>eo]ilt' Ott t—B pOtktCO! i.r-li'". of tire day,ns follows: Warsaw, Hi. inn I conntji SATURDAY, Octo in.l Oourt-Hoase, Chcst*ri__l c...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 October 1871

dwnitty $fatc gotmuil MONDAY KVENINO. OCT. IG, IS7I. m it vi. kisaim :«.<;«;. VlNKOAit—Farmers should be careful to keep cider intended for vinegar from freez ing, as it m almost impossible to make good vinegar out of frozen ciili-r. UJKaht Hohsus.—Knglish history records ii fact tliat oifr fanners wonlil do well to pon der : —Out of every thirty colls from thor oughbred .stock on both sides, but one proves extra fast. PltKSF.liviNO I'aiui Tooks.—Kvery farmer should h:ive a can of linseed oil aud a brush on hand, and whenever he buys a new tool he should soak it well with the oil, and dry it hy the lire or iv the sun be fore using. The wood, by this treatment, is toughened nnd strengthened, and ren dered impervious to water. Linseed Cake WO9 Cattle.—An Knglish correspondent of The Country Gentleman says: "All our fatting cattle get four pounds per head daily of linseed cake, when lirst put up, increasing- the quantity to eight or ten pounds to finish oil'; this in addition to ple...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 October 1871

(gtomfafl gouvnal As everything coir.u.lcd with greal BfM lias a peculiar kitereef ;. : ilu- present time, »f reproduce the narrative ol ihe historian Tacitus, concerning the conflagration which There followed a dmdhl disaster; whether fortuitously, or hy Ihe wicked con nivance of ihe I'riuco (Nero), i- not deter mined, for both arc asserted by historians ; hut, ol' all the calamities which ever befi II a city from the rage of lire, this was tho most terrible and severe, li broke out in that part of the Circus which is contiguous to Mounts Palatine an.l Colius, when, I y rvason of shops in which were kept sucn goods as minister aliment to lire, the mo ment it commenced it acquired strength, and being accelerated by the wind It spread at once through the whole extent M tlie < 'ircus ; for neither were the houses secured by inclosures, nor the temples environed with walls; nor was there any other obstacle to intercept its progress ; but the flames spread everyway impetuously, in va...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 17 October 1871

(Swnittfl #tat* $omml rtTRI.IfIHRU DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At X«. 91!1>4 Main Street, Richmond, Va. TERMS: DAILY— tn per year; six montln, H; three months, ILWJ 1 month, /So cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦2.SO per year; six months, II 26 ; three months, 7ti rents. WEEKLY—*l.6Oper year; six months, 76 cents tW WEEKLYami SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL Clubs at extremely low ratei. <Bvm\\\$ #tatt founuriL administration of law in so impartial and so kind hearted that even the Radical Jol'rkai. has been constrained to applaud.— Whig. The Whig sees proper thus to Fpcak of our references to Justice White. We not only concur with its statement referring to Mr. White, but again repeat what we have so frequently said of this gentlemen—and I that is, that he is "an honest and just man j in the discharge of his official duties. A large number of trying cases, in which the I colored peoplo of Richmond are interested, como before Justice White, whom we have watched with intense interest, and of whom we h...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 17 October 1871

£tate fymrnk] .IT ."10. »UH M»if» St«est, RtrnMosn, VisuistA. EDWARD DAMi:i.s, Editor and Manager. One year W.IK.' ] Three months— 1 Mr six months t'3 (io I One month on SEMI-WEEKLY. [ISSUED HVERY Tt'l'lstlAV ASH FBIDAT.] Clue year *2 (.'lt Three months 75 Six months 1 —i | One mouth WEEKLY. [fSSCBD EVKRT WEDNESDAY.] O-ie year $1 60 | si* months 7(1 OLUB RATES FORT,SEMt-WEEKLY : One Yea,: Me Months. Three Months. -.I copies.... til ou to .'ill »'7."i in copies.... 2ti on I" W » <X) •.li copies H oo n N) S ™ OU copies.... 75 00 37 60 II M tr_TSi>ecimen copies of each edition sent free. TUESDAY EVENING. OCT. 17, 1871. APPOINTMENTS FOR SFEAKINO. R.rrrMS STATB EXECUTIVE CojtMITTEH, 1 Republicau Party ok VIHOISIA, llirnMtixn, Oclolier sth, IS7I. J Homestead Provision of the Constitution, 1 address the people on tho political Issue* of tin* day, as follows: DanviIIe—WEDNESDAY EYENLVH, Oct IMb. Cottuiinn's Store, Charles City count] —THURS- DAY", October 19. (ioochlaud Oourt-Houso—SA...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 17 October 1871

Gvtning £tatc groutl Kirs! Senatorial District — Nomination o M. s.r«. Willoimliby nnd Daniels—Success As .Ul nt Is—lS Thomas' lonservntlvc Victory -The Americaii-Jniiun F.xpedilion. Washington, D. C, Oct. luth, 1871. The Republican Senatorial Convention,for the nomination of candidates for the coun ties of Loudoun, Fairfax and Alexandria which met nt Alexandria on Friday last was a most harmonious meeting. Tin nominations made is an evidence of the de termination of the Republican! of this dis- No better men could have been put for ward as the standard-bearers of tho Repub lican party in this important district than the gentlemgn on whose shoulders the man tle has fallen. Judge WilloughbyandTJol. Daniels arc both well known throughout the State, and where best known are most highly respected. Both have long been residents of the State, and are identified with all its interests. Thoroughly imbued with the spirit of progress, active and en- j ergctic in whatever they may undertake, w...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 17 October 1871

E.Y EVENING. OCT. 17. 1871. THE WASHINGTON TREATY CEN'L BUTLER'S VIEWS MOTHER PAYMASTER H IBOVBLE Tho LoniMiaua Lovpp" SCHOONERS CAPTIRED B¥ FIL1BISTERS l<Vom Hum _"rimol»eo A BRACE OF MURDERS LATE FKOM T_OTVT>OTX THE QUEEN DECLARED INSANE FEARFl'I. LOSS OF LIFE It CHIti Washington, October 17. —Judge Chase is presiding at the Supreme court, which commenced a special term yesterday. General Bullock, paymaster ol the Freedmen's Bureau, has been suspended for irregularities. His arrest had been or dered, but it is withheld for explanations. Humors of a defalcation are rife, and ft run is progressing on the Freedmen's Bank in consetiuencc. The Loulsiann Levees. Wannouth writes to the parish juries, he is convinced that the lxjuisiana Levee com pany is unable to meet the expectations of the public, by preparing for the fall ami spring rise, and that it now rests with the parish authorities to take measures to pro tect themselves. Schooner Captured by Filibusters—Treublc Apprehende...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 18 October 1871

(Bvmh\<\ £tato gomnal AI Ne. 919H Main Street, Richmend, Vn. TERMS: DAILY—Sti [ier year; six months, »:t; three months, Si .Ml; I month, Ml cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—jKi.fif) per year; nix months, ♦1 2.1; three months, 76 cents. ' WEEKLY—SI..M) per year: six month*, :.', cent" _f___j__«g £tat* £aurtutt. dresses at the times and places designated General K. G. OltinVAY and Professor A. M. Green will speak at Manchester, Tuesday, Oct. 21th, at BF, M.; Williams burg, Oct. 2oth, at BP. M.; Yorktown, Thursday, Oct. 20th, at 12 M.; Hampton, Friday, Oct. 27th, at 8 P. M. ; Norfolk, ANOTHER GOOD MONTH'S WORK. Secretary Uontwcll's last monthly state ment shows a still further reduction of the public debt of about #18,600,000, and ii. creasing the reduction for the two years and seven months of General Grant's adminis tration to nearly #363,000,000. This di minishes the annual, interest on the debt about 8800,000 more yearly, and makes the whole annual decrease of interest #19,890,* •Kkb Every mo...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 18 October 1871

teVftril ftate fWttuiL' On* year.... ♦« fie I Three months— 1 .'" all months 13 on I One mouth fie semi-weekly. [ISSCKD BVBRY Tt'KSI-AV A_D IKIDAT.] One year *2 5111 Three months 71 Six months 125 | One month ■ M WEEKLY. [isst-Kli EVERY WBDSErIDAT.] One year $1 30 | six months 75 CLUB RATES FoR T SEMI-\VEi:KLY: One Tear. Six Months. Three Monti.,. _J copies....*ll tit) *5 50 *: 75 IU copies.... 20 011 10 00 0 WI •JO copies M i»t 17 50 * '■< HI copies... 75 (X) :!7 atl 18 75 S(-_"Spcciinen copies of each edition sent free. WEDNESDAY E'VENTII. OCT.Ts.IB7I. APPOINTMENTS FOR SPEAKING. Hon. CHARLES 11. PORTER, author ofthe Homestead Provision ofthe Constitution, wil address the people on the political issues of th. day, as follows: t'oitman's Store, Charles City county—THURS DAY, October 10. Ooochland Court-IIouse—SATURDAY", October Powhatan Comrt-lIouse—MONDAY, October 23. Cumberland Court-lIouse—WEDNESDAY, Oc tober 25. Rhoim's Tavern—THURSDAY, October.',. Buckingham Court-Hone*—Fßll...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 18 October 1871

G'wmnfl £tatc gomnat .Vlaiur Delany's Letter. We published a few weeks since, a com munication from our correspondent, "B. J. J1.," in which he referred to the following extract from a letter by Major Delany : "There may be these two exceptions : An or dinary black man, the keeper of a grog-shop, re ceived the appointment of postmaster across toe rames river, opposite Richmond, Virginia—ob tained, it is sail at the request of a Democratic ...inniiinilv. Also, it is said, that a black man has received tli,- appointment of t 'onsul (lenei il and Minister Resident to il"- Republlcof Libe ria Africa, which required a recommendation from nearly He- whole of the Republican mem bers of the Senate to obtain the notice of Mr. secretary of State Hamilton Ftoh I This minis tar lam toid, persistently refused to recognize lbs application of a W«* for any position. And, ir,iie.d, lam rurther informed that his prejudice io color caused the removal of the accomplished liaylfen Minister, Colonel Rom...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 18 October 1871

Pg_JWate journal >AY EV-NI'Q. OCT. 18.18T1. TELEGRAPH. ilRDERER SUMMARILY PUNISHED ynniHttM' I5i« 11 o«*l« nltiiral ami Industrial EthlMtloni AFFAIR OF THE "HORTOV assuring him that Congress will sanction the outlaw. Michael & Co., wholesale grocers, have been held in heavy bonds, for the action of the grand jury, upon the coroner's verdict that their dangerous oil has caused death. Chicago AH'alrs. Chicago, October IS. —The number of inquests on the bodies of victims of the late tire to date, is 92. Good order continues to prevail. Lumber is selling at old prices, and all attempts at extortion in that business have ignommiously failed. All the banks aro operating, and the de posits exceed the withdrawals. Drafts on savings banks are very small. Many contracts for rebuilding have been consummated, the contracts involving en tire blocks. Agricultural mill liiduslriul inhibitions. Jackson, Miss., October IS.—The Missis sippi State Fair lias been postponed to No- Macon, G_., Oct...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 19 October 1871

<Ewttitt0 $tat* _0uwal VAILY—*tl per year; six months, $3; throe months, tl.tkl; I month, 611 cents. sEMI-WEEKLY-*!.!*! per year: six month., #1 2A; three months, 75 cents. \V EEKLY—tI ..Vi per year; six month., 78 cent* (ffwnittfl £tate gouwal. al*>ut daylight, reached its majority. It is now twenty-one years old, and has, in that ' time, become more universally popular I than any paper in the South. We have been almost a constant reader i of the Dispatch for twenty years, and be- | fore the war regarded it as one of the best papers in the State, from the fact that it j was then an independent journal. Since the w.tr, it has seen proper to iden- I tify itself with the Democratic party, and ! like all strictly political journals, its pros perity depends upon the rise and fall of its Never in ante-bellum days was there such j a Held in Virginia for' an independent pa- ; per ; for one, that if it saw in* either side ! measures likely to affect the wealth ami j prosperity of the ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 19 October 1871

_itttinfl £tatc gmml ~1 V*. 913H Mais Strsst, RICBMOXD, Yrr. • ' KUWAKII DAM ELS, Eilil.ir nnd .Vlaiiauer. TERMS: OAI L V . One year tt! .(V ] Three months— 1 (SO mx months ti IXII One month M SEMI-WEEKLY. [ISSUED rVERV TCKSIrAT ASH FRIDAT.] One year ii WI Throe months FI W'.x mouths i an | One raontli M Vt LI'.KLY. [ISSCKD EVirltV WEONIiSDA-.] «n» year *1 50 | si-months M OLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Year. Six Months. Three Month.. "s copies. ...sll oil to no * M To copies.... 20 00 10 00 ".00 an copies sn co n no > M tt copies.... lo 00 37 DO 18 7.5 iS"Specimen copies of each edition sent free. THURSDAY EVENING. OCT. 19, 1871. APPOINTMENTS FOR SPEAKING. Hox. CHARLES H. PORTER, author of the Homestead Provlsum ofthe Constitution, vil address the )ieople on Ihe political issues of the day, as follows: Cottman's Store, Charles Cily county—THURS DAY, October In. Goochland Court-IIouse—SATURDAY. Octof..-r Powhatan Conrt-House—MONDAY", October S3. Cumberland Court-House—WEDNESDAY...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 19 October 1871

fwttinn $tatc gounwt Mr. Edward A. Pollard, who (inds time to write regularly for three or four of the leading magazines of the country, and to dash off a hook or two each year, by way of keeping his hand in, will have an article in the forthcoming number of the Catholic World, which will, in all probability, cre ate a stir among both historians and critics. Tin re will not be much dissent from Mr. Pollard's estimate of the assistance afforded ih by France in our Kevolutionary strug gle. Perhaps the contest might have been maintained until Kngland would have re tired on account of the cost of holding tho conquered territory (just 9s Spain may one day get tired of suppressing insurrection in ('uba), but certain it is that during tho two years preceding the French alliance the cause of independence had been losing ground. The people were disheartened. Congress was irresolute, and there haa been no military successes to compensate fur the sacrifices that had been made. A distinguished ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 19 October 1871

gwmfofl £tatc gtnmml The glory anil pride of our tieaiHillil V ~in ashes ' ti< ,jf,i„,t-,,,, ~,,,, ....' ' 1 marvel if ever the telegraph bore Mori'terrible news on ir - swill Wings before, Such marvels of siile-.ufnr. Mid c:<- ■>' li-> -, arc. For the re.l-hani! ..f Vuloan to mttdlj despoil Turning betuitv to ashes ritul lich.-s \a litis!, And proving earth's trcasnrns ri daagerons trust. To perish in flame- ! with a bordering Lake Ant rivers ni water, suQlclenf to slake A perdition of lire-fiend-—iv:h yielding ir l Rite Wilh that horriilci,iii|H.-iire which terrors create The rivers run molten reflecting tie- flame, The Lake wore n ribbon of deep rtibv stain, I've heavens like bran, nnd lite prairie winds To sweep the '-Doomed oUy' ulir-n-i ---. 11! ill ■. - The city we loved .' In whose presence we felt The so til of it« grandeur and pride ol its wealth. Its spirit of promv-.-r iuspiringall hearts That surged in fhe ranks of iis glorious marls — Of throbbed to the. in...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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